TBR http://wmot.org en Keeping Up with Students and Their Mobile Devices http://wmot.org/post/keeping-students-and-their-mobile-devices-0 <p></p><p>MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (WMOT)&nbsp; --&nbsp; More than 300 educators from across Tennessee arrived in the mid-state Monday to learn more about using mobile devices in the classroom.</p><p>The conference is being sponsored jointly by Middle Tennessee State University and the Tennessee Board of Regents. Educators from 18 Tennessee Universities and Colleges are providing input.</p><p>Tom Wallace, head of MTSU’s Information Technology Division , is the conference host.</p> Mon, 15 Oct 2012 21:03:06 +0000 Mike Osborne 16761 at http://wmot.org Keeping Up with Students and Their Mobile Devices Governor Concludes Higher-Ed Listening Sessions http://wmot.org/post/governor-concludes-higher-ed-listening-sessions <p>NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WMOT)&nbsp; --&nbsp; Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam has wrapped up a series of meetings&nbsp;that focused on&nbsp;the future of the state’s higher education system.</p><p>Beginning in June, the governor held listening sessions in seven cities from Blountville in the far northeast to Memphis in the southwest. Haslam sought comment from educators, business leaders and legislators.</p> Wed, 29 Aug 2012 16:29:49 +0000 Mike Osborne 15093 at http://wmot.org School Year Begins with New Round of Tuition Hikes http://wmot.org/post/school-year-begins-new-round-tuition-hikes <p>MURFREESBORO, Tenn, (ANFINSON)&nbsp; --&nbsp; Students&nbsp;on college campuses across Tennessee&nbsp;are bracing for yet another tuition hike. The Tennessee Board of Regents voted recently to increase tuition at all of its institutions, including a 6.8 percent increase at Middle Tennessee State.</p><p>Students attending schools in the University of Tennessee system will also face sharp hikes.</p> Thu, 19 Jul 2012 17:20:26 +0000 Mike Osborne 13398 at http://wmot.org Governor Haslam Begins Higher Education Review http://wmot.org/post/governor-haslam-begins-higher-education-review <p style="line-height: 200%;"><span style="line-height: 200%; font-family: &quot;Arial&quot;,&quot;sans-serif&quot;; font-size: 14pt;">NASHVILLE, <span style="color: red;">Tenn</span>. (AP/WMOT) &mdash; Gov. Bill Haslam&nbsp;began a review of the state&#39;s college and university systems at his residence on Tuesday.<o:p></o:p></span></p> Tue, 10 Jul 2012 17:15:46 +0000 AP/WMOT 13046 at http://wmot.org Tuition Increases Approved for TBR Schools http://wmot.org/post/tuition-increases-approved-tbr-schools <p style="line-height: 150%;">MURFREESBORO, Tenn (WMOT)&nbsp; --&nbsp; The Tennessee Board of Regents has voted to increase tuition at the system&rsquo;s six universities, 13 colleges and 27 technical schools.&nbsp;&nbsp;</p><p style="line-height: 150%;">The Regents approved the measure in Memphis on Friday during their quarterly meeting.&nbsp;</p> Thu, 28 Jun 2012 16:24:01 +0000 AP/WMOT 12629 at http://wmot.org